A radio that gets power from batteries instead of the outlet on the wall.
Loose connection to the antennea
It does not have that option in the stock radio
If your radio plugs into the wall outlet for power, then there are points inside it that would shock you if you were to touch them.
You turn on power to the accesories, ie radio, power outlet, etc.
The flux capacitor, obviously.
It provides power for radio and other computers memory.
Underhood left front power distribution center
You will have to purchase a power supply with a 12 volt DC output capable of handling the current draw of the car radio. Try "google" to find the manufacturer's specification sheet for the radio. In the specs. will be the amp draw of the radio. With this information you will know what amperage the output of the power supply needs to be.
A terribly designed Body Control Module, courtesy of Chrysler!
It depends on what type of radio there can be a electric one with a needed outlet or a batterie radio
A Chrysler radio will not hook up to the wiring in a Villager, nor will it fit the mounting bracket.
your radio has a loose connection on the memory or acc power source
Contact a Chrysler dealer
No, the factory radio is not an anti theft radio.
if your referring to the 12 cigarette plug it is below the radio on right side.
Blown fuse or failed radio.
The factory radio does not have a reset button.
its a relay switch not a fuse under the hood. Can anyone provide more info as to what Relay/Fuse it may be. none are labeled anywhere close to 'Radio' or 'Aux outlets'; (yes, those too) --Thx, Dev
On a Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep, the IOD (ignition off draw) is the power feed for radio memory, interior lights, power outlets, depending on year, and model.
Usually, radios have a slot at the back or bottom where you can insert batteries (Often AA). If it does not have a slot, and isn't solar powered or anything, then contact the radio manufacturer, who will tell you how to use batteries. If the radio has to be plugged into a socket outlet and has no slots for any batteries, then the only way you can use batteries to supply it with power is to use an electronic power inverter unit. Several types are available. The most common can use a 12 volt battery and has a socket outlet into which you can plug the radio.
The radio fuse is in the fuse box on the driver's side in the engine bay, just behind the battery. On the fuse box lid you'll see a diagram showing the location of each fuse and its function. The radio fuse should be denominated "RDO" on the diagram and controls your radio and the front accessory power outlet (possibly other features, but I'm not sure). It is a 20A fuse and is yellow in color. You'll probably need some needle nose pliers to remove it.
The 1997 Chrysler Sebring radio amplifier does have an in-line fuse. The in-line fuse will be in the radio wiring harness.